Sanding & polishing

Made from abrasives or wood cubes, this technique makes it possible to give a matt appearance to a shiny part (sanding), or, conversely to give a bright shine to a matt part (polishing).

This technique is also used to give a sanded, worn appearance to a coloured piece, thus modifying its appearance and texture.

Two-tone polishing

Sanding after colouring allows a two-tone surface to be obtained by erasing one coloured part and preserving another.

Our know-how 

The sanding technique is used to obtain aspects or bicolours by mixing the pieces with abrasives or wood cubes. The sanding cycles in a polygonal barrel vary between 1 and 24 hours.

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